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The Command to Beware
by Scott Price

"Beware of false prophets which come to you in sheep's clothing, but inwardly they are ravening wolves." Matthew 7:15 

    The command to beware of false prophets is a serious one. It is a command that should be taken as seriously as any other command in the scriptures. We are commanded also to "believe not every spirit but try (test) the spirits whether they are of God." False religion is not something to play with. It is not harmless, but is DEADLY!

    Salvation is by one exclusive way through one exclusive God, Who will not accept any divided allegiance. God is extremely jealous and will not under any circumstances share His glory with anybody. False religion would have Man to glory in something BESIDES where God is to be gloried in; His attributes displayed in His redemptive character. The glory of God is in the person of Jesus Christ as He is shown to establish an everlasting righteousness that God requires from His People to be justified. To Man's shame they could not produce such a righteousness that was required, but false religion would stir them up to try.

    False prophets will tell the very same lie that Satan told Eve; "Thou shalt not surely die." False prophets will encourage everyone to form a fig leaf apron to cover their sin, showing their self righteousness. They will encourage you to obey the law for righteousness but the God's word says Christ is the END OF THE LAW FOR RIGHTEOUSNESS.

    Only the truth shall set us free. Find out what a false prophet is. Identify who they are. Warn others who you care for, about these false prophets. This is a serious issue so take time to study the issue by use of the means God gives you which is the Bible. That is how false prophets are identified; "..if they speak not according to this word it is because there is no light in them". (Isaiah 8:20) Beware them and expose them.

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